Elementor Sites of the Month – September 2018

In this month’s showcase, I’m excited to feature a website created using Elementor’s Woocommerce builder. Another unique selection of ours is a recipe website that utilizes Elementor’s integration with ACF.

It’s fantastic to see how quickly our community members embrace new capabilities and features that we release, and implement them successfully in their projects. We certainly hope it will inspire other users to build more advanced sites with Elementor.

So, here we go.

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Let’s WP is a new blog dedicated to helping the WordPress community with valuable information. In this blog, WordPress specialists share methods and best practices to make web development more accessible.

The vivid color palette, combined with a simple blog layout, produces a friendly and inviting blog. Their use of Custom Post Fields in the blog posts enables them to share more helpful information with the readers; improves the overall user experience. 

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The Institute of Aesthetics is a beauty and wellness spa, as well as a training center for facial aesthetic treatments, based in Scottsdale Arizona. The designer’s use of light soothing colors, in addition to the choice of an elegant handwriting font, perfectly corresponds to the subject matter. Aesthetic indeed. 

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FreeHorse Work Wear is a new American brand, and their website is the first site that incorporates Elementor’s Woocommerce Builder to be featured here on our showcase.

Their color scheme, jagged paint brushstrokes style and tire tracks, alongside the golden gear logo, all complement the rugged image of workwear style. It’s nice to see our community members harness Elementor’s full capabilities to create impressive online stores.

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Gina Schade is a health coach and author, offering various wellness and nutrition classes and workshops.  Her website serves as a platform for publishing her services and books, as well as healthy recipes.

Gina’s site corresponds with our last month’s coverage of Custom Post Types and Fields. The entire recipe card section utilizes ACF integration with Elementor, and it’s great to see the final outcome: a well-structured recipe page with custom content fields providing useful information to the visitor. This simplifies the content editor’s work when inserting new recipes. This is what we mean when we say “get inspired”!

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Tim Armstrong’s School of Tennis is one of the biggest in the Western Cape of South Africa, founded 41 years ago. His website design is a cool illustration of an informative coaching and training site. 

By borrowing the tennis ball’s bright yellow color and applying it throughout the website in the form of different geometrical shapes, headlines, or Call-to-Action buttons, it creates a dynamic flow and a unified design language. We also liked his use of visual accents to upgrade the overall look and feel. It’s an ace!

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VincenTrainer from Luxemburg offers personal fitness training in different fields, whether it’s Crossfit, Yoga, Pilates or TRX. 

Their new website maintains a straightforward and effective layout, which grabbed our attention. Without using any animated effects, the design still retains a dynamic layout, thanks to a smart combination of beautiful high-quality images, shape dividers, and an excellent choice of color scheme. The inner activity pages are also worth mentioning, as they detail every sports activity in an easy-to-read structure. 

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Kiditos Magia, an indoor children’s playground in the city of Cumpana, Romania is next on our list. Their one-pager website provides all the necessary information to parents and their kids, with a vibrant and playful design, perfectly targeting their audience. We particularly liked the animated illustrations of amusing monsters, the childlike font type, and the choice of colors. 

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Brandbox Studio is a design agency based in Argentina, specializing in UI/UX, apps, web development, and branding. Built from scratch without templates, their designer created a sleek and dynamic full-width layout, using wavy duotone-colored shapes and soft pastel colors to separate the sections. The case study pages are detailed and intriguing, mirroring a project’s workflow, illustrated with photos from the sketchboard.

Brandbox’s website demonstrates Elementor’s capacity to personalize your site without relying on a theme, or being restricted by the theme’s settings.

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Napoleon Consultancy is an Argentinian boutique consultancy, offering services to entrepreneurs, businessmen, and enterprises. 

The website designer succeeded in creating a cohesive layout, intelligent design language and logo that perfectly match the company’s objectives. It has a well-structured grid that walks potential clients through the concept, services, benefits, and additional information, thereby engaging them to take action. Above all, the open box-shaped borders around the content elements emphasize the ‘outside-of-the-box’ thinking. Brilliant.

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Shake Design is a multi-disciplinary design agency from Tel Aviv, Israel, focusing on developing branding solutions from concept to packaging. 

They crafted an eye-catching website, accentuating their portfolio and clients while maintaining a simple structure. The whole homepage is dedicated to exhibiting full-width, high-quality images of selected branding, packaging and design projects, which are all very impressive. We especially liked the Before & After page structure and design, which allow you to scroll up and down between the products, or scroll right and left to switch between the ‘before’ and ‘after’ photos. Well-done!

Think your Elementor-based website or landing page should be featured on our next Top 10 Websites column? Give it a shot!

About the Author

Matan Naveh

Matan is one of the content writers at Elementor. He worked as an Editor-in-Chief for various websites, as well as a Radio Broadcaster and Editor.

34 Responses

  1. Hi, how can be done in Elementor the effect of the
    01
    SLIDING & SCROLLING: SHAKE DESIGN
    kind of slide presentation.
    Please tell me, thanks

    1. I’m curious too.. I get how to use viewport for a div size but how does one make it snap to top of window as one scrolls down?

  2. Awesome sites. Forgive me if this already exists, but I’d love to see Elementor create a one-pager site that contains ALL Elementor features and capabilities with a “How-To” associated with every feature and capability. This way, I can easily say “Wow! That’s cool! I want to do that”. I would click a small icon next that feature and it would immediately take me to the How-To.

  3. This is what I was waiting on to move from beaver builder to elementor. So excited, will have to do some testing but this was the featured that separated the builders. Hopefully it’s awesome and please continue to develop with relational and repeating.

  4. It works for me too but I was surprised that the site has no SSL and so Google Chrome warns me not to proceed as it is not secure. I am amazed at how many sites still have not made this simple addition and are potentially losing customers as a result!

  5. Anyone here who can help me out how to exactly rebuild the menu of “INSTITUTE OF AESTHETICS”? I mean the sticky changing menu.

  6. Hi, anyone here who can explain how to exactly build the sticky and changing menu of “INSTITUTE OF AESTHETICS”? I’m really looking forward.

    Thanks,
    Thorsten

  7. Great creativity and work. But it does not make much sense unless it is not mentioned that how much % was developed solely using Elementor. Deconstructing would be right approach to educate and train.

  8. After just a quick look at their source code, ..
    They are using the Astra Theme, an excellent choice and it might be an addition of the Astra Pro plugin also used on the site.

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